Now that the topic of smart home privacy is receiving more attention, a number of consumers will take the time to protect their privacy. It may be too early to tell, however, how big the movement is.
Google’s top health and cloud executives said the company isn’t misusing health data from one of the biggest U.S. health-care providers, pushing back against news reports that have triggered criticism from lawmakers and prompted a federal inquiry.
Microsoft is sending representatives to a series of meetings with Pentagon officials Wednesday to discuss how companies can contribute to the military’s work on artificial intelligence. It is the only Big Tech company set to attend the event.
In 2021 or 2022, Apple aims to release a combined VR and AR headset with a focus on gaming, watching video and virtual meetings. The company intends to roll out a lightweight pair of AR glasses as early as 2023.
Hyped as the biggest credit-card innovation in 50 years, the Apple Card is starting to look more like something from the 1960s and 1970s: Women are allegedly being granted a fraction of their spouses’ borrowing limits. It’s another troubling...
Considerations to take when choosing an IoT processor; plus a look at how the RISC-V Foundation is influencing the processor landscape.
Digital transformation strategies fail more often than they succeed. A Thyssenkrupp exec provides advice on how to increase the odds of triumph.
Once a theoretical risk, health care cybersecurity breaches are negatively impacting patients treated at facilities swept up in ransomware campaigns.
Intrinsic security is at the center of new partnerships and features geared toward improving multicloud management and security.
A flurry of gimmicks could just be the first-rush response to Xi’s call to no longer play second fiddle to the U.S., as Beijing stakes a claim on blockchain technology.